Take the black cardboard body and fold the base frame along the prepared fold lines. Be careful not to damage the little bird on the balcony.
Then attach the roof. To do this, remove the protective foil on the back of the wooden strip and stick it to the upper edge of the body.
The masonry, i.e. the front of the house, consists of two parts: A simple back and a front that has been engraved with a masonry pattern. First glue the two parts together, so that the engraving is visible.
Before you stick the front to the body of the house, insert the large acrylic window. This is now joined to the front part and will then help you with the positioning. In doing so, it is important that the acrylic is clean on both sides and that no fingerprints can be seen. Once the house is assembled, the back side can no longer be cleaned. Any fingerprints, scratches and dust would be clearly visible. Remove the protective film from the gray cardboard and stick the entire front to the body.
The second long window is simply inserted into the recess. Fix this window in place using the wooden window frame. It will exactly cover the edge between the cardboard and acrylic.
The model house is now almost finished. Only a few small details are yet to be applied: The wooden balcony is simply stuck in place above the round window on the black cardboard body. Finally, take the small TroLase windows and stick them in place in the slots in the large acrylic window.